They’re out in full force now and we can’t ignore them any longer, no matter how hard we try. Yep, I’m talking about those Back to School displays in all of the stores. Since school’s barreling down on us anyway, we might as well take advantage of some of the great deals on things that’ll take us back to school in style. Today I’m sharing some of my picks for teachers from Jane.com, where you’ll find tons of stylish fashion, classroom, home, and kids’ finds at great prices. But not for long – check back every day to see what’s new and what’s almost gone.
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Teacher Outfit & Fashion Picks
You can always count on Jane to have super-cute styles that are great for teachers. Their selection of dresses and graphic tees is great, and they’re always getting new things in.
This t-shirt dress is just $12.99 and comes in 13 different colors. Oh, and it has POCKETS!
These short sleeve midi wrap dresses are $11.99 and come in 12 different colors & prints. I love the black and white polka dotted one. And again, POCKETS!
If these pencil ballet flats don’t scream teacher, I don’t know what does.
And they also have regular shoes, too. These pointy loafers come in lots of great colors and prints.
Skirts are a great teacher outfit option with either a dressy shirt and sandals or flats or a graphic tee and sneakers. This has a button front and fun stripe print.
Classroom Decor & Supplies
Jane’s also a great place to find creative and inexpensive items for your classroom. Here are just a few teacher deals I found there when I looked the other day. Again, you have to check back frequently because new items are added and old items sell out every day.
This personalized hall pass sign is genius. You can put what you want on the little hall passes (pictures or words), so you can customize them to your school and students.
Decorate your classroom door with your own personalized message with these door decals.
And every classroom needs a felt letter board set. How else can you post motivational quotes? LOL
And then you’re definitely going to need a big ‘ole teacher tote to carry everything to and from school. This one’s monogrammed!
You’ve Got This, Teech!
If the August scaries are hitting you, picking up a few new pieces for your teacher wardrobe and your classroom is one thing that always helps me refresh and start to get a little excited for the upcoming year. Luckily, with Jane, it doesn’t have to break the bank. This will be my 19th year of teaching public school (26th if you count part-time college level teaching), so I’m always looking for ways to keep things fresh. A great way to avoid burnout is to change a few things up every year. Revamp an old curricular unit. Experiment with new teaching strategies or technology. Attend a conference or workshop you’ve never been to. Observe the teacher down the hall whom you know is awesome, but have never watched teach. For me, a little change makes a lot of difference. Above all, just keep swimming and don’t be afraid to lean on your teacher besties. Your fellow teachers are the best support system, and in my experience, we teachers are always willing to help each other in times of need. And finally, focus on the positive: what are you most looking forward to this school year?